27-year-old Moroccan Said Mechaout has confessed to the killing of 33-year-old Italian Stefano Leo on 23 February of this year, in Turin. “I am the murderer of Stefano Leo. I have to turn myself in. I feel hunted by the Carabinieri. I don’t want to commit other crimes. Among all the people who were passing, I chose to kill this young man because he looked … Continue reading Moroccan kills Italian: “I killed him because he looked happy, I wanted to kill his happiness”
Two ridiculous third world countries played one another at football yesterday: Morocco and Ivory Coast. Morocco won, meaning it qualified for the World Cup. Moroccans then went on a rampage, celebrating their country’s pathetic achievement. The problem was they didn’t do this only in Morocco. They did it in France and Belgium too. See the videos below. These Moroccans probably have bits of paper that … Continue reading Moroccans on the rampage across Europe
This happened in Avezzano, Italy. Of course he’s now being investigated by the police while the invaders are being given free accommodation and medical care courtesy of the Italian taxpayer. Continue reading Italian chases out two Moroccans who didn’t pay their rent
The Guardia Civil has arrested a man of Moroccan origin and nationality accused of the crime of threats against sexual liberty, when he put up various signs close to the customs zone La Línea de la Concepción (Cádiz) saying he had to “rape Spanish women” while shouting at the same time. The action took place when officers of the Citizen Security Unit observed a man … Continue reading Spain: Moroccan arrested after saying he had to rape Spanish women
The video was made by cellphone in a classroom somewhere in the Netherlands. It was first upload on 28 april 2008, bearing the name “A Moroccan shows who is the boss”. Making video’s with cell phones on freaking teachers and misbehaving students in the classroom had become a hype among Dutch high school students. On 11 November 2010 had the Dutch TV dedicated the actuality … Continue reading Multiculturalism in Dutch classrooms: "A Moroccan shows who is the boss"
Of the more than 53 thousand inmates in total, 17,920 are foreigners. This is a reduction compared to the almost 25 thousand in 2010, but it remains true that one in three inmates are not Italian. This means that despite have a lower number of immigrants compared to other European countries, a large chunk of foreign delinquency is arriving in our country. In percentage terms, … Continue reading Italy: One in three prisoners is a foreigner